I have the card game and I have translated that with google translate, well translate it enough to get the main idea.
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Three generations, actually, and the second one in three parts and in two flavors
As a child of the 80s, I very much grew up with mags like Nintendo Power. Looking back, I still don't really understand why they would list to the consumer the number of megs (as in, megabits just to make it extra confusing) a game was. Who cares? Even at the time, if a game was crappy it didn't matter how many megs it was or wasn't, andeven well into the SNES/MegaDrive years many of my favorite games were on NES and GameBoy, which obviously had games with small numbers of megs.This is weird. I remember reading that in Nintendo Power as a kid.
and what does Babadook mean?!